Commands is very useful to control the game settings and available settings. Every setting can be controlled by either commands or Console_Variables, this allows users and server administrators greater flexibility of control. Additionally, commands can be entered via console from either the server console, RCon utility, or the clients individually. Clients can enter commands by using the console by pressing the (~) key (US English Keyboards); Furthermore, clients can also control the servers via RCon control, but the clients must have the correct RCon password in order to use this permission.
|Zandronum Console Commands|
|Updated to: Zandronum 1.1.1 - Revision: 130718-2050|
|Command||Client or Server||Description|
AddBan 192.168.2.* 2min "Test Ban"
|Server||Issues a ban on an individual client or clients. Syntax for AddBan is: AddBan <IPv4>|
|Server||Allows clients that are caught in a range ban to be omitted from the ban. Additionally, the clients IP will be added into the whitelist. However, if the clients IP changes, their new issued IP must be added into the whitelist.|
AddBot "Strife Guy"
|Both||Allows the possibility to add a bot into the game. Bots can be added just by random (AddBot) or use a specific bot (AddBot "BotName"). Zandronums's bot compatibility is different compared to ZDoom's bot compatibility, for example, the bots movement compared the two are different along with the bots response. However, these bots are only usable for deathmatch related game modes with no support for Team based games and cooperative games.|
AddMap MAP02 2 10
|Server||When using 'SV_MapRotation', AddMap can be used to define what maps to include into the map list.
AddMap also supports optional minimum and maximum player limits.
Ban JoeDirt Perm "Test"
|Server||Adds the clients IP to the blacklist. Syntax for Ban is: Ban <PlayerName>|
Ban_IDx 5 "45 Months" "test"
|Server||Bans a specific client by use of the Player index number list. Syntax for Ban_IDx is: Ban_IDx <Index integer>|
Bind w +forward
|Client||Binds a specific key to do a certain Console Command.|
CallVote ChangeMap MAP23 "Reason"
|Client||When used with an argument, allows the user to call a vote and allowing all clients within the server to cast their votes.
|CancelVote||Both||Forces the vote to be terminated.|
ChangeMap MAP31 or ChangeMap K1E1
|Both||This CCMD allows the server to switch to another specified map. As this CCMD is adjacent to 'Map' CCMD, ChaneMap will not force the clients to reconnect back to the server, but the clients will go into the intermission screen instead. When using this CCMD, be sure to use the 'Map LUMP Name' and not the name of the level. For example, do not use 'ChangeMap "The Entryway", but instead use 'ChangeMap MAP01'. If this CCMD is used within the server, all clients are forced to automatically reconnect to the server. Furthermore, if the client uses this CCMD while on the server, the client will disconnect from the server and start a new single player game.
ChangeMus "D_RUNNIN" or ChangeMus "http://somedomain.lol:1234/music.ogg"
|Client||This CCMD allows the music to be changed. The music 'Lump name' must be known in order to switch to a specific music file. Audio streams are also valid (ie: ogg/mp3). The 'address/location' of the stream is entered instead of the 'Lump name'.|
|Client||When used, allows the player to change to the opposite team or prompted on which team to switch too. Of course, only used on team based game modes.|
|Clear||Client||Flushes all of the messages from the console.|
|ClearBans||Server||Expunges all of the clients IP's from the blacklist.|
|ClearMapList||Server||Thrashes all maps from the server's MapList.|
|CMDList||Both||Displays all available Commands on the console.|
|Client||Allows the clients to connect to the server remotely. However, clients must have the same exact PWAD(s) loaded with Zandronum that is also on the server. If not, clients will receive an authentication error.|
|CountActors||Client||This CCMD displays how many of each actors are present within the map, and displays how many have a 'network id'.|
|Crouch||Client||The player goes into a crouch state.|
|CVarList||Client||Displays all available Console Variables on the console.|
|CVarListPlain||Client||Displays all of the Console Variables and their current values from the clients settings.|
|Server||Expunges the specified IP from the blacklist.|
|Server||Expunges the specified IP from the whitelist.|
|DelMap||Server||Removes a map by lump name from rotation.|
|DelMap_IDx||Server||Removes a map by number from rotation.|
|Demo_SkipTics||Client||Skip to a further point in a demo. 'Demo_SkipTics 35' will skip one second ahead.|
|Demo_SkipToNextMap||Client||When playing a client side demo, this command jumps the playback to the next map change.|
|Demo_SpectateFreely||Client||In this mode, you can move freely while the demo is played as if you were a spectator while the game was recorded.|
|Disconnect||Client||Client will disconnect from the server, but the executable will continue.|
|Client||Drops an item from the players inventory.|
|DumpTrafficMeasure||Server||Displays how much of the bandwidth is used for both ACS scripts and Actor classes. However, the server CVar |
|EndGame||Client||When used on a Single Player game, the game will end and the screen will restore back to the Doom (or other IWAD) welcome screen.|
|Exit||Both||Terminates the current Zandronum session.|
|GameVersion||Both||Displays the current executable version and revision.|
|Server||When used within the server console, this CCMD displays the targeted clients IP address.|
|Server||When used within the server console, this CCMD displays the targeted clients IP address by use of the Player index number list. The player index number list can be found in the 'PlayerInfo' CCMD.|
|History||Both||When used, this displays all of the commands that were inputted into the console.|
|IDChoppers||Client||Enables the 'IDChoppers' cheat (Original Doom cheat).|
|IDClev||Client||Enables the 'IDClev' cheat (Original Doom cheat).|
|IDFA||Client||Enables the 'IDFA' cheat (Original Doom cheat).|
|IDDQD||Client||Enables the 'IDDQD' cheat (Original Doom cheat).|
|IDKFA||Client||Enables the 'IDKFA' cheat (Original Doom cheat).|
|IDMUS||Client||Enables the 'IDMUS' cheat (Original Doom cheat).|
Ignore "Mr. X"
|Both||Ignores a specified client. It is plausible to specify a time in which the client is ignored, such as Ignore "Mr. X" 5. The time is measured in minutes.|
|Both||Ignores a specific client with the use of Player Index number list. It is plausible to specify a time in which the client is ignored, such as Ignore_IDx 4 5. The player index number list can be found in the 'PlayerInfo' CCMD.|
|InsertMap <Lump name> <Position> [MinPlayers] [MaxPlayers]
InsertMap MAP32 5
|Server||Inserts a map to the map rotation list, after [Position]. Use CCMD maplist to list the rotation with index numbers.
InsertMap also supports optional minimum and maximum player limits.
|Client||This CCMD allows the clients to drop inventory items, such as ammunition.|
|InvQuery||Client||<From Zdoom Wiki> Prints to the console the name (Tag or class name) of the currently selected item, as well as its amount in the inventory.|
|InvUse||Client||Forces the client to use an artifact or item that is selected within the inventory.|
|IP||Both||Displays the clients IP on the console.|
|Join||Client||When used, this allows the client to join in the game.|
Kick "Player Name Here"
|Server||Forces the client to disconnect from the server. When using this CCMD use quotations on the players name in order to be sure that the correct player is kicked.|
|Server||Forces the client to disconnect from the server, while utilizing the Player Index list.|
Kick_IP 127.0.0.1 "Reason"
|Server||Forces the client(s) with the exact IP address to be disconnected from the server. However, the clients can reconnect to the server.|
KickFromGame "Player 123"
|Server||Forces the client from the server to spectate the game. However, the client can rejoin the game when plausible.|
|Server||Forces the client from the server to spectate the game by using the Player list index. However, the client can rejoin the game when plausible. The player index number list can be found in the 'PlayerInfo' CCMD.|
|Kill||Client||Kills the player.|
|ListBots||Both||Displays all available bots.|
LogFile "C:\Program Files(x86)\Zandronum\Log History\My First Log File.txt"
|Both||When used, this CCMD will log every messages presented within the console.|
Map MAP23 or Map WTF02
|Both||This CCMD allows the client or server to switch from on map to another, but without displaying an intermission screen. When using this CCMD, be sure to use the 'Map LUMP Name' and not the name of the level. For example, do not use 'Map "The Entryway", but instead use 'Map MAP01'. If this CCMD is used within the server, all clients are forced to automatically reconnect to the server. Furthermore, if the client uses this CCMD while on the server, the client will disconnect from the server and start a new single player game.
|MapList||Server||Displays the servers MapList.|
|MotD||Client||Redisplays the 'Message of the Day' from the server.|
|Multiplayer||Client||When used, this emulates the settings if on the server.|
|NetGame||Client||When used, this emulates the settings if on the server.|
|NetState||Client||Displays the current game state, this can either by Single Player or NetGame.|
|NextMap||Both||When used, allows the server to jump into the next map. Adjacent to 'ChangeMap' and 'Map' CCMDs, but 'NextMap' does not require map names. NextMap will only advance to the next map that is specified in either MAPINFO or the MapRotation list.|
|NextSecret||Both||When used, this allows the server to jump into the next secret map.|
|Pause||Client||Pauses the Single Player game.|
|Pings||Both||Displays all of the connected clients pings.|
|Client||Specifies what demo file to play.|
|PlayerInfo||Both||When entered by clients displays a Player index number list and their pings. However, when entered within the server console, this will display not only the Player index number list but their IP's.|
|PlayerSounds||Client||Displays all of the sound mappings on all player skins.|
|PrintJoinQueue||Server||This allows the server to list the full join queue.|
Puke "SCRIPT #"
|Both||When used, allows the use to force a script to execute within the PWAD/PKx files. This is usually used for project developers.|
|Quit||Both||Terminates the current Zandronum session.|
RCon [CVar or CCMD]
|Client||Allows the client to remotely control the server. But, however, the client must be authenticated to the server by using Send_Password CCMD.|
|Reconnect||Client||When used, the clients will reconnect to the previous connected server.|
|ReloadBans||Server||When used, this enforces the server to reload the blacklist. This is useful when the blacklist file has been modified and the server did not read the changes before the server initially started.|
RemoveBot "Strife Guy"
|Both||Removes either a random bot (RemoveBot) or removes a specific bot from the game (RemoveBot "BotName").|
|RemoveBots||Both||Remove all bots from the game.|
|ResetMap||Server||(development version 3.2-alpha and above only) Resets the current map. This is akin to the ResetMap ACS function, or when the map is reset after all players died in Survival.|
|Resurrect||Client||When a player dies in a singleplayer game, the client can be resurrected. This is similar to the 'Spawn where dead' DMFlag.|
Say "Hello World!"
|Both||Allows the players/server to communicate with others in the game, by use of the console.|
Say_Team "Hello Team!"
|Client||Players within the team can communicate with each other and not publicly to other non-team players or the opposite team.|
SayTo "Player 123" "Hello!"
|Both||Allows the player/server to communicate privately with each other privately which other players cannot see, using the name of the player who will receive the message. If you want to send a private message to the server, use "Server" as the name instead.|
SayTo_IDx 2 "Hello!"
|Both||Allows the player/server to communicate privately with each other which other players cannot see, using the index of the player who will receive the message. If you want to send a private message to the server, use -1 for the index instead.|
|ScreenShot||Client||Takes a snapshot of whatever is displayed in the game.|
|Client||Sends a password to the server and grants access if the password is correct. Otherwise, if the password is not correct, the user will not gain control over the server.|
|SinglePlayer||Client||When used, this emulates the settings as playing in a singleplayer environment.|
|Spectate||Client||When used, this allows the player to roam around the map by flying. As a result, this allows the player to view the game without really playing it.|
|SpyCancel||Client||Restores the view back to the local player.|
|SpyCarrier||Client||While as a spectator or if allowed to spy on other players, the client can quickly spy on the player(s) who are carrying game mode items like flags, skulls, and terminator/possession artifacts. This is especially useful for streamers who may want to switch to whoever is carrying any of those items.|
|SpyNext||Client||While as a spectator or if allowed to spy on other players in teambased games also including cooperative game modes, the client can spy or view what the other player sees in 'Point of View'. SpyNext works on how players are ordered in 'PlayerInfo' list, next will work on an ascending order.|
|SpyPrev||Client||While as a spectator or if allowed to spy on other players in teambased games also including cooperative game modes, the client can spy or view what the other player sees in 'Point of View'. SpyPrev works on how players are ordered in 'PlayerInfo' list, 'Prev' or Previous will work on an descending order.|
SpyTo "Player 123"
|Client||While as a spectator or if allowed to spy on other players in teambased games also including cooperative game modes, the client can quickly choose to spy or view what a specific player sees by entering their name.|
|Client||While as a spectator or if allowed to spy on other players in teambased games also including cooperative game modes, the client can quickly choose to spy or view what a specific player sees by entering their index number.|
|Client||Displays statistics for the following properties:
|StopDemo||Client||When entered, Zandronum will immediately stop recording the demo file.|
|Taunt||Client||When used (usually by binds), this allows the player to taunt.|
|Client||Specifies which team the client will join.|
Unignore "Mr. X"
|Both||Unignores a specified client.|
|Both||Unignores a specific client with the use of Player Index number list. The player index number list can be found in the 'PlayerInfo' CCMD.|
|Client||Forces the client to switch to the Shotgun weapon without scrolling.|
|Version_Info||Both||Displays information the Mercurial changeset that the binary build is based on.|
|Client||Displays the current FPS rate on the clients screen.|
|ViewBanList||Server||Displays the blacklist within the servers console|
|ViewBanExemptionList||Server||Displays the whitelist within the servers console.|
|WADS||Both||Displays all of the loaded WADs used in the current session.|
|WeapDrop||Client||Drops the current selected weapon.|
|WeapNext||Client||Switches to the next available weapon.|
|WeapPrev||Client||Switches to the previous weapon available.|
|WeapSwap||Client||Switches to the weapon that was used last.|